Re: 5919 obs 20050808 UNID

From: Björn Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Fri Aug 12 2005 - 01:35:51 EDT

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    I can now dismss my UNID entirely - at the time of the first point,
    Ir76 was in a similar configuration with two stars, positioned like
    the two right of eta Boo I thought I was looking at.
    And Ir76 had a minor flare right after this point.
    
    >
    > 85720 05 720A   5919 G 20050808212639340 17 25 1348677+180260 69 R+050 10
    > 85720 05 720A   5919 G 20050808212725900 17 25 1300397+313482 38 R+050 10
    > ...
    > I note that your second point is within 0.34 s (time) and 0.04 deg of 
    > Iridium 76
    > (98048B / 25432). It has no history of regular magnitude variation
    >
    > Ted noted what I nearly did - I saw before sending my report that Ir76 was
    > in the area, but on a quick glance I got the impression it was southbound!
    
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